A music studio is just one of the many amenities to keep the kids busy“There would be no excuse to be bored here,” he said. “This is the ultimate holiday at home.”More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus17 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market17 hours agoAt Tallebudgera, a five-bedroom home at 28 Dungogie Drive boasts several separate living spaces including a three- bedroom, two bathroom “kids’ wing”. There is also an in-home cinema and games room. The kids can pretend they are Indian Jones out hereFor the weary parents, there is a parents’ retreat with its own lounge, office and library, a bar and wine cellar, a jacuzzi, a six-person steam room and a Zen meditation garden. This super kids’ playground is being marketed by LJ Hooker – Mudgeeraba. Agent Ilona Barry said the property was the “ultimate family home”.“I have kids, and when they were younger, they would have lived in that resort-style pool and the yard, there is loads of space to run around,” she said. “The estate is also great for families.”Another contender is 33 Pinjarra Rd at Pinjarra Hills. The five-bedroom house sits on just over one acre, ensuring plenty of room for the kids to burn off some energy. This house at 28 Dungogie Drive, Tallebudgera, has a kids wing and a parents retreatOutside there is a resort-style pool with waterfall and toddler “safe-swim zone”, a two-storey treehouse and a full adventure playground complete with zip-line. There is also an established orchard, vegetable and herb gardens, and a chicken coop, all set within 4925sq m. 58 Solway Crescent at Carbrook has a range of boredom-busting amenities, including an in-ground trampolineWith the school holidays in full swing, no doubt many parents have already heard those dreaded words – “I’m bored”.But these three homes could be the solution, and they are on the market. At Carbrook, the ultimate kids’ and teens’ retreat can be found at 58 Solway Crescent. Described as a “Georgian resort oasis” on 2ha, the sheer grandeur of the home might be lost on the easily-bored generation but the inclusion of a resort-style pool entertainment complex, tennis and basketball courts, a putting green, separate music studio, a games and media room, in-ground trampoline and a grand pavilion with billiards table will no doubt grab their attention.The estate is being marketed by Johnston Dixon, and is open to offers over $2.3 million.Agent John Johnston said the property was built with all age groups in mind. 33 Pinjarra Rd, Pinjarra HillsThere is an inground saltwater pool, a firepit for roasting marshmallows, a treehouse and a chicken coop. It is listed through Leighton Jones Real Estate and is on the market for offers over $1 million.